Admission control

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Admission control is a validation process in communication systems where a check is performed before a connection is established to see if current resources are sufficient for the proposed connection.[1]

Applications[edit]

For some applications, dedicated resources (such as a wavelength across an optical network) may be needed in which case admission control has to verify availability of such resources before a request can be admitted.[2]

For more elastic applications, a total volume of resources may be needed prior to some deadline in order to satisfy a new request in which case admission control needs to verify availability of resources at the time and perform scheduling to guarantee satisfaction of an admitted request.[3][4][5]

Admission control systems[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Montazerolghaem, A.; Yaghmaee, M. H.; Leon-Garcia, A.; Naghibzadeh, M.; Tashtarian, F. (December 2016). "A Load-Balanced Call Admission Controller for IMS Cloud Computing". IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management. 13 (4): 806–822. doi:10.1109/tnsm.2016.2572161. ISSN 1932-4537. 
  2. ^ M. Sengupta; et al. (2012). "A comparison of wavelength reservation protocols for WDM optical networks". ELSEVIER Journal of Network and Computer Applications. 
  3. ^ S. Kandula; et al. (2014). "Calendaring for Wide Area Networks" (PDF). ACM SIGCOMM. 
  4. ^ H. Zhang; et al. (2015). "Guaranteeing Deadlines for Inter-Datacenter Transfers" (PDF). ACM EUROSYS. 
  5. ^ M. Noormohammadpour; et al. (2016). "DCRoute: Speeding up Inter-Datacenter Traffic Allocation while Guaranteeing Deadlines". IEEE HiPC. 

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